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-afɨri

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-aghi

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-aghér

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-apɨni

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-arakarak

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-arupwɨtér

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v intr

-arɨgi

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-ata

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-atigenhen

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-ásuke

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arer

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atirap

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awan meiwaiyio

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v. intransitive marcher en descente

gata

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iag

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iaku

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iaku iaku

Geophila
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ieri

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isipan

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kaipaip sei kuekau

Children take the inflorescence of this plant and use it to find and poke lizards hiding in the bush. For treatment of an unspecified spiritual sickness, chew 2, 2" pieces of the stem to get rid of the sickness, spitting the material on the hair and body of an ill person; use only 1 time.
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Example: Children take the inflorescence of this plant and use it to find and poke lizards hiding in the bush. For treatment of an unspecified spiritual sickness, chew 2, 2" pieces of the stem to get rid of the sickness, spitting the material on the hair and body of an ill person; use only 1 time.

karang

karang
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karasari

karasari
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genre de coquillage

karkarepa

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karuarua

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kasisɨg

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kasitu

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kasɨmkasaive

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kausɨrɨp

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kiri

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kiriot

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konphar

Lutjanus rivulatus http://fishbase.org/summary/Lutjanus-rivulatus.html
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Example: Photo by Mark Rosenstein / iNaturalist, License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

kuanasiapen

Ceremonial: Following circumcision, boys will perform a ritual shower using a mixture of this plant and coconut. The leaves of this plant are mixed with the copra of the coconut and squeezed with water over the boys’ heads. Construction: The wood of this tree is used as rafters in house construction.
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Example: Ceremonial: Following circumcision, boys will perform a ritual shower using a mixture of this plant and coconut. The leaves of this plant are mixed with the copra of the coconut and squeezed with water over the boys’ heads. Construction: The wood of this tree is used as rafters in house construction.

kukureakurai

Lalage leucopyga
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kumwer

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kusenpwi

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kwanapugɨm

Break endocarp with knife and eat it. Children eat young green seeds. Mature endocarp cleaned and used to play marbles. Split stem and use for floor of house. Leaf used to wrap cassava for roasting in ground oven or dried on fire. Young seedlings pulled up and meritsem eaten as food (Nanimen) palm heart of young tree.
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Example: Break endocarp with knife and eat it. Children eat young green seeds. Mature endocarp cleaned and used to play marbles. Split stem and use for floor of house. Leaf used to wrap cassava for roasting in ground oven or dried on fire. Young seedlings pulled up and meritsem eaten as food (Nanimen) palm heart of young tree.

kwanari

kwanari
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kwanasɨn

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kwanpír

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kwatɨsi-

kwatɨsi-
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n. inalienable

kwopun

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l’endroit, le lieu

makhum

Scarus psittacus http://fishbase.org/summary/Scarus-psittacus.html
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Example: Photo by Andy A. Lewis / Lizard Island Research Station, License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

mangoamramera

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minim

Siganus corallinus http://fishbase.org/summary/Siganus-corallinus.html
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Example: Photo by BS Thurner Hof / Wikimedia Commons, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

namhuien

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namitɨg

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Example: falls down, rats eat it, used to feed pigs and chickens

napeɨn

napeɨn
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[napeɨn] n.

napuei sanmwun

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napɨk

This tree is planted to mark the area of a Nakamal. Young roots used as bowstring..
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Example: This tree is planted to mark the area of a Nakamal. Young roots used as bowstring..

Narhák

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Narougen-ian

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pendant la guerre

natmi

1. The fruits are considered a special delicacy for men of Tanna island. Further information withheld.
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Example: 1. The fruits are considered a special delicacy for men of Tanna island. Further information withheld.

natuan

Kastom medicine to ascertain the type of sickness a person has. Take two small 6 in. long branches with leaves, and place this on the person along with another unspecified plant. Will help diagnosis.
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Example: Kastom medicine to ascertain the type of sickness a person has. Take two small 6 in. long branches with leaves, and place this on the person along with another unspecified plant. Will help diagnosis.

nefaga

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nepekesi

Root is sold to earn money, as perfume and oil is from this. Grandparents used to dry the wood over a cooking fire in a kitchen when a person would get the flu. To help, they’d take dried and heated wood, scrape one cup’s worth into hot water, and then breathe over the steam bath. Drink water afterwards. Do thhis once a day for three days.
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Example: Root is sold to earn money, as perfume and oil is from this. Grandparents used to dry the wood over a cooking fire in a kitchen when a person would get the flu. To help, they’d take dried and heated wood, scrape one cup’s worth into hot water, and then breathe over the steam bath. Drink water afterwards. Do thhis once a day for three days.

nerɨg

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newahu

Weave bark fiber to make slings, grass skirt for ladies, hats and baskets. To do this, rett outer bark in sea for 1 week to rot everything but the fiber, take remaining fiber, dry in sun and use as a fiber for weaving.
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Example: Weave bark fiber to make slings, grass skirt for ladies, hats and baskets. To do this, rett outer bark in sea for 1 week to rot everything but the fiber, take remaining fiber, dry in sun and use as a fiber for weaving.

nhawi

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Example: Said to be good for roasting or frying in oil. This hard, sweet yam is said to be the best tasting of all

niag

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nigakri

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n os

nuamera

This is used as a medicine to treat babies and children with fever. Take 1 handful of leaves and squeeze the "juice" from them into a cup, add a small amount of water, just enough to dilute the strong taste of the leaf liquid. Drink 3 or 4 times a day until fever is reduced. This liquid is also good for people who have done heavy work or who are old, as it is said to strengthen the veins. So, if a person is feeling week, they can drink a few cups of this preparation. The name "Nuamera" refers to "live veins," meaning that it will make your veins come alive and bec
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Example: This is used as a medicine to treat babies and children with fever. Take 1 handful of leaves and squeeze the "juice" from them into a cup, add a small amount of water, just enough to dilute the strong taste of the leaf liquid. Drink 3 or 4 times a day until fever is reduced. This liquid is also good for people who have done heavy work or who are old, as it is said to strengthen the veins. So, if a person is feeling week, they can drink a few cups of this preparation. The name "Nuamera" refers to "live veins," meaning that it will make your veins come alive and bec

nukuk

Prosaptia contigua
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numrhi iesukw

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nuri-nanipuka

This plant is used by dogs who have an upset stomach. They go to eat this grass and then their stomachs feel better. Pigs feed on this grass.
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Example: This plant is used by dogs who have an upset stomach. They go to eat this grass and then their stomachs feel better. Pigs feed on this grass.

nɨfaga

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nɨfaga

nɨfaga
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[nɨfaŋa]

nɨfara

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nɨkukua

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nɨmai nukwanek

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nɨmarɨ

nɨmarɨ
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Nɨninɨfe

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nɨpai

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nɨpɨg

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nɨsoro

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pagaivii phisir sarapiran

Cheilinus trilobatus http://fishbase.org/summary/Cheilinus-trilobatus.html
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pakau

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parangi pitew

clown unicorn fish
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pawpawuk

Luthrodes cleotas https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/472288-Luthrodes-cleotas
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Example: Photo by birdexplorers / iNaturalist, License: CC-BY-NC via inaturalist.org

pirawa ~ firawa

Gymnocranius euanus http://fishbase.org/summary/Gymnocranius-euanus.html
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pitupitu

pitupitu

pringsiwir

Acanthurus lineatus
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pusi

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ramawisau

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Example: awareness of health or church gospel

reiai

Acanthurus guttatus http://fishbase.org/summary/Acanthurus-guttatus.html
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Example: Photo by Jeffrey T. Williams / Smithsonian Institution, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

rogorogo

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sekermandou

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ser-

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sivur

sivur
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sukapak

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tapatou

Sphyraena putnamae http://fishbase.org/summary/Sphyraena-putnamae.html
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tauparsiur

People use this to cover or wrap banana and cassava prior to cooking in a boiling pot; when the food is cooked the leaf is discarded. Flowers used for decoration. This is an imported cultivated plant.
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Example: People use this to cover or wrap banana and cassava prior to cooking in a boiling pot; when the food is cooked the leaf is discarded. Flowers used for decoration. This is an imported cultivated plant.

tikismares

Schefflera neoebudica
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tjintja

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tukra kahar

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apres demain

tukraus

The leaves of this plant are used by women to make grass skirts. Slice the leaf lengthwise, fold or roll them up, put to dry in sun until it becomes white. At that point it is used to make the grass skirt.
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Example: The leaves of this plant are used by women to make grass skirts. Slice the leaf lengthwise, fold or roll them up, put to dry in sun until it becomes white. At that point it is used to make the grass skirt.

tumien

Fuel: Dry portions of this plant are used as firewood.
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Example: Fuel: Dry portions of this plant are used as firewood.

tupwa

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tuvai

Construction: The timber of this plant is used as a hardwood for any part of a house. It is also used to make dugout canoes. Tool: The wood of this plant is used to create the study part of a bow. It is noted, however, that there are better woods for this purpose.
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Example: Construction: The timber of this plant is used as a hardwood for any part of a house. It is also used to make dugout canoes. Tool: The wood of this plant is used to create the study part of a bow. It is noted, however, that there are better woods for this purpose.

tɨnɨrup

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utu pitew

Aphareus rutilans http://fishbase.org/summary/Aphareus-rutilans.html
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(Bislama) Silva Poulet

Example: Photo by Jeffrey T. Williams / Smithsonian Institution, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia